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endorsement

 [en-dors´ment]
the examination by a State Board of Nursing of the credentials of a nurse licensed in a different state, and the determination that the nurse is eligible to receive a nursing license in the second state.
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In the morning, 10 candidates (9 independents and a candidate of a civil coalition) filed their candidacy files with the ISIE without gathering the necessary number of endorsements.
When asked regarding Velarde's endorsement of the 14 senate bets, Manila Auxiliary Bishop Broderick Pabillo said everybody had a right to his vote, and to endorse one's candidates.
Despite the positive aspects of endorsements, the use of famous people in advertising campaigns may or may not be effective.
Drought of endorsement deals seems to be unsettling Nigerian rapper, Ycee.
The Daily Herald offered some help for making that choice with the endorsement we published on Feb.
'In this connection, team members Prince Rivero, Ricci Rivero, and Brent Paraiso have requested to go on leave from the basketball team to honor their contractual obligations to their existing endorsements.'
'So 'di ba as I said, we honor some endorsements from government agencies.
FILE - Lawyer Khaled Ali during a press conference on January 11, 2018 - Egypt Today/ Hussein Tallal CAIRO -- 25 January 2018: On Thursday, Egypt's National Election Authority (NEA) denied allegations from lawyer Khaled Ali, who withdrew from the presidential race on Wednesday, when he described the election timeline as "unjust" and accused the authority of preventing him from receiving his endorsements signed by the citizens.
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Rob Romig, The Register-Guard's resourceful graphics editor, has compiled a slide show of presidential endorsements by The Register- Guard and its predecessor, The Eugene Guard, since 1868.
In its first foray into presidential endorsements, (http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2016/09/29/dont-vote-for-donald-trump-editorial-board-editorials-debates/91295020/) USA Today Thursday warned Americans against voting for Republican Donald Trump, calling him a "dangerous demagogue" but held back on full-fledged support for Democrat Hillary Clinton.
We here evaluate the heterogeneous effects of newspaper endorsements of U.S.